Focus on Freshmen 2018 - Santa Barbara
Twitter Facebook Linked In  

2018 Institutes
For Details, click on the institute name below

Download a printable, four-page flyer
May 1 & 2
Freshman Transition Leadership Institute
from The George Washington University's Freshman Transition Initiative

How to Implement the Freshman Course
Chapter-by-Chapter Introduction for Instructors using Career Choices

May 3 & 4
TIPS: Teaching Insights, Practices, & Solutions
for the Experienced Career Choices Series Instructor

Get Focused...Stay Focused!®
How to Implement the 10-Step Plan to Launch Your Get Focused...Stay Focused!® Program Efficiently and Effectively

May 15 & 16
My10yearPlan.com®
Hands-on Exploration of a Comprehensive Planning Tool

Career Choices Series Lead Administrator/Teacher Institute
for Educators Responsible for Professional Development

May 17 & 18
How to Implement the Freshman Course
Chapter-by-Chapter Introduction for High School Instructors using Career Choices and Changes

My10yearPlan.com® Advanced
How to Use the Online 10-year Plan to Make Informed Decisions on Student Progress and Education Plans

May 29 & 30
How to Implement a 2- to 3-unit College Freshman Course
Instructional Strategies for Student Success/First-Year Experience Courses

Start-up Strategies for Principals and Administrators
Developing Your Strategic Plans for Building Your School-wide Team

May 31 & June 1
Using the 10-year Plan to Change the Culture of your Campus
Strategies for Counseling and Academic Coaching

Dual Credit Strategies for Your Get Focused...Stay Focused!® Program
Implementation Strategies for Dual Credit Using the Four-year Coursework

June 5 & 6
Building a Bridge Between Middle School and High School
How to Implement a Bridge Program

Proven Strategies for Developing the High School/College Connection
Best Practices for Get Focused...Stay Focused!® High Schools and College Collaborations

June 7 & 8
How to Implement the Freshman Course
Chapter-by-Chapter Introduction for Instructors using Career Choices

Implementing the Stay Focused! Follow-up Modules
in the 10th, 11th, and 12th Grades